(imported comment written by liuhoting91)
The following two fixlets changed on 10/8 from the MS09-045 series… The rest of the MS09-045 has been untouched since their publication on the September 09 Patch Tuesday.
904505 MS09-045: Vulnerability in JScript Scripting Engine Could Allow Remote Code Execution - JScript 5.7 - Windows XP SP2/SP3
904506 MS09-045: Vulnerability in JScript Scripting Engine Could Allow Remote Code Execution - JScript 5.7 - Windows XP SP2/SP3 - CORRUPT PATCH
Is that the MS09-045 fixlet that’s showing up as relevant on all of your machines now?
The fixlet was changed to allow for the install of the JScript 5.7 patch on XP SP3 systems with Internet Explorer 6, since Microsoft doesn’t actually put an IE restriction if the system is at XP SP3 (curiously though, they put the restriction almost everywhere else).
If you’ve already successfully applied this patch, things shouldn’t change. The regkey should still be set, and the files should all be updated to the correct version, so overall the relevance should evaluate to false. The changes on those two particular fixlets shouldn’t cause them all to show up as relevant.
You might be talking about something else though. Are you having issues with this particular series of fixlets?